Presenter Brian Redhead with MIKE WOOLDRIDGE
6.45* Prayer for the Day With FR JOHN MCCULLAGH
7.0, 8.0 Today's News Read by JOHN MARSH
7.30, 8.30 News headlines
7.45* Thought for the Day (Brian Redhead introduces Rocket 150, 4.50 pm BBC2)
Five selections by ERIC EWENS
Read by Jim Norton (1)
Myles na Gopaleen ' was the name Flann O'Brien adopted for Cruiskeen Lawn. the column he wrote for the Irish Times. Jn it he first introduced to the world such immortal comic creations as The Brother, The Plain People of Ireland and, of course
Keats and Chapman, two absurd punsters.
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
8.59 Continental travel Information
Written and compiled by GERALD ROBERTS
Narrator Alexander John In 1838 the proud British Army of the Indus invaded Afghanistan to 'counteract the progress of Russian influence' in that country. Three years later a desperate remnant of that army began a retreat through the icy passes which became a massacre. It was 'the most complete and disastrous overthrow that our army ever suffered in India'. PATRICK BARR, JOHN BOTT, BRIAN CARROLL, SAM DASTOR, DENYS HAWTHORNE, BETTY HUNTLEY-WRIGHT, ANTHONY HYDE, GODFREY KENTON, GORDON REID, DINO SHAFEEK, RENU SETNA, MARC ZUBER
Directed by JOHN CARDY
(Repeated: Sat 10.15 pm)
with Sue MacGregor
This Way for the 17th Century: GILL PYRAH visits a museum designed to bring history alive. The Apes of ROB BAYLY talks to ape-keeper SERGEANT HOLMES.
A Hebridean Voice: FIN-
LAY J. MACDONALD takes time to talk about time. Spirit of Place -3: Italy Words and music compiled by SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Nothing Missing But the Samovar and other Stories by PENELOPE LAVELY abridged by BA MASON
Read by Joyce Burch and , Richard Heffer 1: Servants Talk about People: Gentlefolk Discuss Things Editor WYN KNOWLES
A tragedy by BERNARD SHAW with Derek Godfrey
Sarah Badel , Gary Bond and Stephen Murray
The dilemma", is whose life should a doctor save that of a caddish, a moral artist who is in love with The same woman that he himself love or the life of a thoroughly good but very ordinary man? Theplay is set in 1903 and, is
also concerned with the.ethics of private medecine
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN
Sir Patrick Cullen:
The Bracelet by GILLY FRASER
Frankie is an aggressive painter who derives her inspiration from the harsh reality of the city:
She becomes aware of voices in the room, in which she paints - voices that belong to people who lived over 100 years ago. Their lives become dramatically entwined.
Music composed and conducted by ILONA SEKACZ
CLAIRE VAN KAMPEN (piano) RAY BUSSELL (guitar) DE LISLE HARPER (bass guitar) BARRY DE SOUZA (drums)
Directed by KAY PATRICK
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)
Frankle and Alice:
Chrissie and Francesca:
Dan and Daniel:
Journalists often say to me " Yon play these larger-than-life parts." And I say "They're not larger than life, they're larger than you and me. Michaelangelo, El Cid and Mark Anthony were all real men they really did these things, and I find
Charlton Heston talks to
Producer WAYNE DREW
Sheridan's Films: page 19
Tommy Trinder talks to Barry Took about stars of a few years ago including CLAUPE DAMPIER , FLANAGAN AND ABLEN, GEORGE FORMBY , EDDIE GRAY , WiLL HAY, CLAUDE HULBERT , VIC OLIVER , GILLIE POTTER , TED RAY , NELLIE WALLACE Producer
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